By Hill A & H
Хорошо иллюстрированная и переизданная (первое издание было в 1902 г.) биография Антонио Страдивари. Для книги характерно внимание к деталям как жизни так и творчества великого мастера. Подробно описывается техническая сторона (насколько она стала известна авторам) изготовления его инструментов. Книга хорошо написана и интересно читается.
Доп. информация: Хотя качество среднее но тем не менее книга вполне читаемая как с экрана так и после распечатки (кому что больше нравится). Эта книга на английском языке.
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Antonio Stradivari by Hill A & H